bobbycaputo:

Satellite Images Show the Earth’s Beauty in Intricate Detail

Taken by a collection of three satellites orbiting Earth — Landsat 7ASTER, and MODIS — the images above and below are part of an incredible collection of photos that were captured from space purely for their aesthetic beauty, rather than the usual scientific reasoning.

The “Earth as Art” collection offers a view of our world few ever see, capturing the intricate details of Earth’s surface. From the fractals created by the deltas of the Amazon to the contrasting colors presented by the Vatnajokull Glacier and its surrounding environment, this three-part series of color-enhanced images shows us how, even at a macro level, the world around us is as beautiful as it can be at the micro level.

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davereed:

www.callforfreedom.org

Since this includes people everywhere in the world, we must take time to think about it. Weigh, weigh it out.

If everyone could just shut the fuck up we wouldn’t have to worry about freedom of speech

lolmythesis:

Philosophy, University of Michigan

Hey cancer cell. Kill yourself. Seriously, go get a gun, and kill yourself.

lolmythesis:

Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Johns Hopkins University

People hardly see the MP5 (or any of it’s variants) because of it’s successor: the H&K MP7

People hardly see the MP5 (or any of it’s variants) because of it’s successor: the H&K MP7

I should’ve downloaded this movie instead lol

(Source: sometimes-alice)

walterblakeknoblock:

It’s notable all the ways I think about you. When I feel cold air coming off the lake against my face and it makes me breathe into my throat through my nose. When I’ve got a moment between steps. You’re clean sand poured through my cracks.

humanoidhistory:

U.S. Air Force Thunderbird F-16 fighter jets engage in some jaw-dropping aerial acrobatics in the sky above MacDill Air Force Base, Florida, March 23, 2014. (U.S. Air Force/Flickr via io9)

humanoidhistory:

U.S. Air Force Thunderbird F-16 fighter jets engage in some jaw-dropping aerial acrobatics in the sky above MacDill Air Force Base, Florida, March 23, 2014. (U.S. Air Force/Flickr via io9)